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How can i evict my commercial tenant froma shop?
OpenLANDLORD FORUM 1Marc Attwater asked 4 weeks ago • 
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Can a landlord evict a terminally ill tenant?
AnsweredAvatar of Marc AttwaterMarc Attwater answered 3 months ago • 
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What degence do i have for not protecting tenants deposit?
AnsweredAvatar of simon Horwellsimon Horwell answered 4 months ago • 
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How long will it take to evict a tenant?
AnsweredLANDLORD FORUM 3Sharon Sidwell answered 1 year ago • 
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what is the notice period for Ground 14 for a section 8 notice?
AnsweredAvatar of simon Horwellsimon Horwell answered 4 months ago • 
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Has the ban on bailiffs been lifted on the 11th of January?
AnsweredLANDLORD FORUM 1Marc Attwater answered 7 months ago • 
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Do i need to serve notice of activation on my tenant too?
AnsweredAvatar of Marc AttwaterMarc Attwater answered 11 months ago • 
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my tenant has rent arrears when are courts opening again?
AnsweredLANDLORD FORUM 7Sally-Anne answered 1 year ago • 
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Eviction – advice required
AnsweredAvatar of Marc Attwatertrevor answered 1 year ago • 
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Ban on eviction has been extended more rent arrears
AnsweredLANDLORD FORUM 8Anonymous commented 52 years ago • 
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I dont have a written tenancy agreement can i still evict my tenants?
AnsweredAvatar of sajjadahmad2236Saleh answered 1 year ago • 
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